Careers at Torys

Current Opportunities

Torys LLP is a highly respected international business law firm with offices in Toronto, New York, Calgary, Montréal and Halifax. At Torys, diversity is a core strength. Our commitment to diversity informs our recruitment, retention, development and advancement practices with respect to all of our members. We thrive on the multifaceted and unique perspectives and talents of our people believing that diverse viewpoints, backgrounds and experiences enrich our professional lives, strengthen the quality of our work and improve our ability to respond to the full spectrum of our clients’ needs.

Our lawyers work together to offer seamless cross-border services to our clients all over the world. Dedication to professional excellence and outstanding client service is Torys’ hallmark. Of equal importance is our commitment to maintaining a collegial working environment – one that brings together individuals with diverse backgrounds, personalities and styles in an atmosphere of friendship and team spirit. As a Torys employee, you will enjoy both an exciting, fast-paced work environment and a supportive, collegial and team-based culture. At Torys, we take pride in our ability to attract and retain individuals who excel in their respective fields. We do this by providing stimulating work and learning and development opportunities, as well as a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Security Analyst (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Sr. Manager, Information Security, the Security Analyst is responsible for maintaining the daily operations of the firm’s computer systems, servers and network connections by ensuring complete integrity and reliability of information residing in firm databases, workstations, servers and other systems.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Daily Operations:

  • Monitors connection security for local and wide area networks, wireless networks, firm web sites, intranets/portals, and email communications. Ensures the security of data transferred internally and externally.
  • Maintains and monitors the firm’s security systems and their associated software or tokens, including firewalls, VPNs, IDSs, authentication and cryptography systems, and anti-virus systems for unusual or suspicious activity. Administers user logon and password management procedures.
  • Interprets network activity and potential incidents and implements plans for remediation wherever necessary.
  • Ensures that the appropriate patches, hot fixes, and service packs are installed on firm-managed systems and software in a timely manner.
  • Monitors and reviews 3rd party penetration testing of all systems in order to identify system vulnerabilities and apply remediation as necessary.
  • Keeps current with emerging security alerts and issues. Advises management, team and users as appropriate.
  • Assists in developing and testing of incident response plans and participates in activities relating to contingency planning, business continuity management and IT disaster recovery.
  • Researches and provides input on the firm’s information security governance.
  • Participates and assists in investigations and forensics for information security events and incidents.
  • Participates in projects and initiatives as required.  Provides 24/7 on-call security and systems support.

Vendor Engagement:

  • Works with vendors as required to resolve complex issues, or implement system upgrades/testing.

Team Support:

  • Provides hands-on support, guidance, and training to stakeholders as they interface with various systems and technology in the course of performing their roles; investigates and resolves any issues.

Continuous Improvement:

  • Provides input and makes recommendations on continuous improvements in process, awareness, knowledge and capability within information services in the area of security.

ATTRIBUTES & EXPERIENCE

  • A diploma/degree in technology with 5+ years of experience in an Information Technology role and 2+ years in an Information Security position.
  • CISSP or related IT security certification would be an asset.
  • Broad hands-on knowledge of network and information security components, including firewalls, intrusion detection systems, anti-virus/anti-malware/anti-exploit software, data loss prevention, data encryption, event log aggregators, access control methodologies, cryptographic systems and other industry-standard techniques and practices.
  • Experience with Check Point, FireEye, and RSA ACE Server is preferred.
  • Strong knowledge of Internet Protocol (IP) and Microsoft Active Directory Services is required.
  • Experience with investigation of security events and ability to identify if an incident has occurred.
  • Familiarity with penetration, vulnerability testing toolkits and the “black hat” industry of ethical hackers.
  • Familiarity with security and privacy legislation as it applies to information and network security.
  • Basic knowledge of information security frameworks (NIST, ISO 27001, CoBIT, PCI, SOX).
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) with the ability to present information security ideas and best practices in user friendly language and interact with individuals at all levels within the firm with tact and diplomacy.
  • Exceptional client service combined with the ability to manage multiple client needs at the same time.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work well both independently and collaboratively within a team environment.
  • A pro-active, self-starter with good organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail.
  • Sound judgment including the ability to deal with confidential information with utmost discretion.
  • Ability to prioritize remediation of vulnerabilities and assess potential impact to business.
  • Strong research, analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Flexibility to work after hours.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please address your resume and cover letter, stating your salary expectations to Firm Admin Recruiting (firmadminrecruiting@torys.com).

We thank all applicants for their interest in Torys LLP; however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

At Torys we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Ruth Hawkins, Manager, Human Resources.

Junior to Mid-Level Lending Associate (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are looking for a mid-level lending associate to join our growing practice. Our lending team is recognized by our clients and peers for its experience, innovative but practical approach and cross-border capabilities. We are proud of our reputation as being deal facilitators. We regularly represent both lenders and borrowers, allowing us to understand both sides of the issues at play. Our team acts on a wide range of banking and debt financing matters, including: bank financings (both bilateral and syndicated), asset-based loan transactions, acquisition financings, project finance transactions, subordinated debt financings and related intercreditor arrangements, derivatives and structured loan products.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Between 2 – 6 years of practice experience;
  • Admission to the Ontario bar (admission to the New York bar is an asset, but not a requirement);
  • Meaningful experience representing lenders or borrowers in connection with credit facilities and other financings and/or private equity sponsors and other institutional investors in connection with acquisition financings and other leveraged finance transactions;
  • Broad experience reviewing and negotiating agreements relating to secured and unsecured debt financing transactions;
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal and drafting skills;
  • Superior client service orientation and a strong work ethic;
  • The ability to juggle and take primary responsibility for multiple files;
  • The ability to work well both independently and in a team-oriented environment; and
  • Good judgement.

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment & Student Development.

Click here to apply online to this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment & Diversity.

Corporate Law Clerk (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently seeking an experienced, ambitious, self-driven driven junior to mid-level corporate law clerk to join our team in Toronto, working with startup technology companies at all stages (from incorporation through to sale/IPO). The ideal candidate will be a confident, proactive, highly detail oriented team player who possesses excellent organizational skills and has a passion for technology. Working hand in hand with lawyers, other law clerks and clients, it is expected that the candidate will be able to manage a high volume of work with tight turnaround times during and outside business hours and will be called upon to draft, review and analyze corporate documents, and assist with managing corporate transactions and ongoing client relationships. This position provides a unique opportunity for a motivated individual to join a dynamic and energetic transaction-based legal team, with a significant opportunity for professional growth, learning and client contact.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • The ideal candidate will have at least 2-4 years’ experience as a corporate clerk in-house or at a law firm, or experience with startups, including exposure to some or all of the following:
    • coordinating and overseeing client onboarding.
    • familiarity with corporate documents, in particular, related to incorporations corporate financings, etc.
    • maintaining corporate records and capitalization tables.
    • preparing initial drafts of form agreements, closing documents and share certificates.
    • assisting with stock plan implementation and stock option administration.
    • maintaining corporate transaction checklists and managing client and investor communications.
  • Excellent organizational skills, problem solving skills, is dependable and has excellent follow-through on outstanding tasks.
  • Strong communication and client service skills; able to maintain strong client relationships.
  • A flexible attitude to job roles as well as a willingness to contribute wherever needed. The ideal candidate will take full ownership of their core responsibilities, and will be comfortable with those responsibilities evolving with the changing needs of the practice group.
  • Working knowledge of the OBCA, CBCA, and other corporate statutes.
  • Proficiency and comfort with technology is essential, including spreadsheet (Excel) knowledge; familiarity with equity management software is an asset.
  • Community College Law Clerk Diploma or Certificate (or equivalent), University degree would be a plus.

APPLICATIONS

Click here to apply online for this opportunity.

Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to Kimberly Sheldrake-Head at ksheldrake@torys.com.

At Torys we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

Corporate Associate (Halifax)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are seeking a corporate lawyer to join our Legal Services Centre (LSC) in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In this role, you will primarily take part in due diligence for corporate transactions, review and complete elections letters for private equity investments. You will also review non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) for key clients, revising them to meet the clients’ requirements, and negotiating with counterparty’s counsel. You will work as part of a team with colleagues in Halifax and Toronto to carry out this work quickly and accurately in accordance with established policies and procedures. This work offers the successful candidate an opportunity to engage in challenging, important work in a flexible and collaborative setting.

The ideal candidate will have a strong service orientation, excellent time management and organizational skills and superior attention to detail, and be able to work quickly and accurately on a high volume of NDAs and on time sensitive due diligence matters. We are seeking someone who can adapt easily to new processes and technologies and who wants to engage in important work for important clients in a flexible and collaborative setting.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Corporate law experience at a top law firm, financial institution, private equity firm or pension fund, including exposure to reviewing, reviving and/or negotiating straightforward corporate or commercial contracts
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent judgment, a high degree of professionalism, excellent interpersonal skills and a willingness to work collaboratively with client personnel and constructively with counterparty’s counsel
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines while working in a fast paced environment
  • Ability deal easily with ambiguity and change, including changing priorities, timelines and processes and contribute to process improvement initiatives
  • Member of good standing of a provincial bar and willing to be called to the Ontario bar

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to Kimberly Sheldrake-Head at ksheldrake@torys.com.

At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

Senior Manager, Litigation Service Delivery (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Senior Manager, Litigation Service Delivery is accountable for the delivery of litigation technology and law clerk services to the litigation department. Working in collaboration with our lawyers, law clerks and legal assistants the incumbent will develop and deploy the best combination of legal processes, project management and technology to deliver legal services to our clients in the most efficient manner possible while maintaining the firm’s high quality standard.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Process and Technology Utilization

  • Work with lawyers, law clerks and legal assistants to identify opportunities to better utilize existing technology (e.g. ACL, Relativity) and new technology (e.g. easy book of authorities) to do the heavy lifting associated with repetitive legal tasks (e.g. document review).
  • Partner with third party vendors to test new litigation technological solutions. Assess, identify and make recommendations to implement new software/hardware and any other litigation related tools to support lawyers, law clerks and legal assistants. Negotiate terms of contract and oversee work performed by vendors to ensure they adhere to the terms and service level agreements.
  • Maintain awareness of emerging technologies associated with legal analytics to enhance both business development opportunities and predictability of legal outcomes.
  • Analyze current litigation processes and identify opportunities to reduce associate and law clerk time and effort associated with outcome. Identify tools designed to streamline complex litigation matters. Establish and implement best practices to be adopted across the litigation team to gain maximum efficiency.

Litigation Law Clerks

  • Oversee the litigation law clerks and services provided to our lawyers and clients. Foster a collaborative, team-based environment that is committed to the highest levels of client service and operational excellence.
  • Manage and monitor workload allocation and provide guidance and direction as needed.
  • Responsible for the recruitment of litigation law clerks and integration into the firm. Develop training and mentoring programs for enhanced performance and utilization of law clerks.
  • Participate in the annual performance management process and work with law clerks to set objectives that will further their development and firm and department goals.

Litigation Law Clerks

  • Oversee the litigation technology services provided to the litigation department by the LTS team. Work with the Manager, Litigation Service Delivery to set operational priorities and service level standards.
  • Establish annual performance plans for staff and guide implementation as required.
  • Provide direction on the utilization of appropriate technologies and vendors to engage in providing high level service to the litigation department.
  • Establish expense and revenue (recoveries) budgets and monitor actuals against budgets raising any issues with firm management as required.

Workflow Analysis and Resource Utilization

  • Identify the highest and best use of litigation assistants and law clerk resources. Ensure work is being performed by the right resource at the right level leveraging the best tools/technology available. Work with Human Resources and Professional Resources to embed these tasks within these roles.
  • Analyze current litigation processes and identify opportunities to reduce associate and law clerk time. Assess current workflow and make recommendations to reduce duplication and redundant steps to streamline on a go forward basis.

Project Management

  • Work with client managers to support the delivery of litigation legal services through the use of established project management tools and protocols.
  • Engage with the partner in charge and/or client to define project scope and align client expectations with budget. Develop project plan, including phases, progress reporting and after matter review (i.e., be active in the lifecycle of the matter, not only the document production phase). Track all out of scope work and report to partner and or client as appropriate.
  • Evaluate the key successes factors, document and communicate any learnings. Maintain a databaseof key findings for others to access for future matter management.

Knowledge Management Practice Support

  • Work with the knowledge management team to identify knowledge sources (precedents, third party resources, search features) that will leverage the firm’s intellectual capital and provide improved efficiency in the delivery of future litigation legal services.

ATTRIBUTES & EXPERIENCE

  • In-depth knowledge of litigation methodologies, processes and technology gained through a minimum of 10 years’ experience in the litigation department of a law firm in a management or law clerk capacity, or previous management experience in a professional services firm specializing in litigation technology services/solutions.
  • Undergraduate education or equivalent experience to successfully complete the essential requirements of the role. Law degree is preferred.
  • Strong aptitude for utilizing technology in improving speed, accuracy and efficiency of a process within a law firm or internal counsel environment.
  • Expert knowledge of electronic discovery and the use of electronic evidence in the litigation process. Proficient in MS Office product suite.
  • In-depth knowledge of legal markets and the legal professional landscape.
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing to a broad range of audiences including to senior management, partners and clients.
  • Strong project and time management skills and ability to manage a variety of concurrent projects.
  • Strong strategic and analytical thinking skills.
  • Strong client service orientation combined with the ability to manage multiple client needs at the same time.
  • Strong leadership, relationship, collaboration and consultation skills – able to motivate and direct a team.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please address your resume and cover letter, stating your salary expectations to Firm Admin Recruiting (firmadminrecruiting@torys.com).

We thank all applicants for their interest in Torys LLP; however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

At Torys we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jenny Tavares, Senior Manager, Human Resources.

Manager, Marketing (1 Year Term) (Calgary)

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Director, Business Development & Marketing, the Manager, Manager delivers brand building marketing campaigns and client initiatives. This individual works collaboratively with the M&BD team, while consulting and seeking guidance from lawyers to plan and execute on key deliverables.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

Coordinated BD Activities:

  • Coordinate business development activities for identified client pursuits and targets.

Client Professional Development:

  • Work with the internal learning team to plan and deliver professional development sessions to Calgary clients on a variety of market and legal developments.
  • Work with Calgary lawyers to generate client communications and thought leadership to communicate developments.
  • Coordinate Calgary involvement in Quarterly Reports.

Events:

  • Coordinate and plan internal events and act as the Calgary point of contact for firm wide initiatives including the holiday party, annual firm weekend, mental health week, bar calls, diversity, women, wellness, etc.
  • Work with the internal event team to manage all activities related to the planning, organization and execution of various client marketing events such as round tables, deal closing dinners, sponsored conferences, the Stampede Party, Women in Law, Calgary Pride, etc.

Client/Vendor Engagement:

  • Work with external vendors to ensure adherence to contract terms and service level agreements. Act as the liaison to translate business requirements of the program and/or process and oversee the build and delivery of customized solutions.
  • Responsible for building and managing relationships with stakeholders (internal and external) and identifying opportunities to support their business requirements.

Other:

  • Manage and monitor expenses against budget for various GLs.
  • Support business and client development initiatives, and other departmental writing and editing as required.
  • Participate in committees, initiatives, programs and projects as needed.

ATTRIBUTES & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree in Business, Marketing, Communication, or equivalent with a minimum of 4 years’ experience in a marketing and/or business development management role. The ability to work full time is preferred, but part-time applications will also be considered. Experience leading teams of professionals and knowledge of legal markets and the legal professional landscape is an asset.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please address your resume and cover letter, stating your salary expectations to Jocelyn Harris (jyharris@torys.com).

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We thank all applicants for their interest in Torys LLP; however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

At Torys we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jocelyn Harris, Senior Manager, Professional Resources and Administration Calgary.

Corporate Lawyer (Halifax)

Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Torys Legal Services Centre is designed to enhance the value Torys provides to its clients by meeting more of their important legal needs. The LSC supports lawyers across Torys offices with fully integrated and specialized expertise in essential corporate services. Work conducted by the LSC is integrated seamlessly into our client relationships. The LSC’s legal and paralegal professionals represent a broad range of law firm and in-house experience.

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are seeking a corporate lawyer to join our Legal Services Centre (LSC) in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Working closely with our Financial Institutions groups in Toronto, this role offers the successful candidate an opportunity to engage in challenging, important work in a flexible and collaborative setting. The ideal candidate will have a strong service orientation, excellent time management and organizational skills and superior attention to detail. We would be open to flexible work arrangements.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have:

  • at least two to five years of corporate experience at a top law firm;
  • strong technical, legal, analytical and drafting skills;
  • exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail;
  • a high degree of professionalism, strong interpersonal skills and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues and client personnel;
  • the ability to work independently and as a part of a team to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines while working in a fast paced environment;
  • the ability to deal easily with ambiguity and change, including changing priorities and timelines;
  • the ability to work flexible hours when required to meet client demands; and
  • membership in good standing of a provincial bar and be willing to be called to the Ontario bar.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to Kimberly Sheldrake-Head at ksheldrake@torys.com.

Click here to apply online to this opportunity.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

Sociétaire en droit commercial (Montréal)

DÉTAILS DU POSTE

Torys est à la recherche d’un sociétaire en droit commercial pour se joindre à notre bureau de Montréal, où il travaillera en étroite collaboration avec les avocats des autres bureaux spécialisés en droit commercial, incluant le groupe œuvrant dans le domaine des institutions financières. Le candidat retenu profitera d’opportunités de travail stimulant dans le domaine du droit de la protection du consommateur et dans le cadre de tout autre dossier en droit commercial. Le candidat idéal fera preuve d’un sens aigu du service à la clientèle, de fortes aptitudes organisationnelles et de gestion du temps, de même qu’un haut niveau de souci du détail. Torys demeure ouvert aux demandes de modalités de travail flexibles.

COMPÉTENCES, APTITUDES ET EXPÉRIENCE

Le candidat idéal aura les attributs suivants:

  • un minimum de 2 à 5 ans d’expérience en droit commercial au sein d’un grand cabinet d’avocats,
  • membre en règle du Barreau du Québec,
  • membre en règle du Barreau de l’Ontario ou de toute autre province canadienne de common law,
  • fortes habiletés de communication en français et en anglais, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit,
  • fortes habiletés techniques, juridiques, analytiques et de rédaction,
  • aptitudes organisationnelles et souci du détail de niveau supérieur,
  • un haut niveau de professionnalisme, de fortes habiletés interpersonnelles et la volonté de collaborer avec ses collègues et ses clients,
  • la capacité de travailler de manière autonome et au sein d’une équipe afin de prioriser les tâches et respecter les échéances, tout en travaillant dans un milieu dynamique,
  • la capacité de s’adapter avec aisance aux situations pourvues d’ambiguïtés et de changements, incluant les priorités et les échéanciers changeants,
  • La capacité de travailler des heures flexibles si nécessaire afin de combler les besoins des clients.

DEMANDES D’EMPLOI

Les candidats intéressés doivent soumettre leur CV à Kimberly Sheldrake-Head au ksheldrake@torys.com.

Cliquez ici pour télécharger en PDF.

Chez Torys, nous sommes déterminés à favoriser la diversité dans le cadre du recrutement, de la rétention et de l’avancement de nos professionnels. Nous croyons que la diversité, que ce soit en ce qui a trait à la culture, au milieu, aux expériences ou aux perspectives, joue un rôle primordial dans l’amélioration de la qualité de notre travail et de nos vies. Nous nous engageons à promouvoir et à créer un environnement de travail inclusif et accessible à tous. Les candidats atteints d’une incapacité ou d’un handicap auront accès à tous les accommodements nécessaires. Si vous souhaitez bénéficier de mesures d’accommodement lors du processus de recrutement, veuillez communiquer avec Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Gestionnaire sénior, Ressources professionnelles.

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Commercial Lawyer (Montréal)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are seeking a commercial lawyer to join our Montreal office. Working closely with the commercial lawyers in our other offices, including our Financial Institutions group, this role offers the successful candidate an opportunity to engage in challenging, important work in consumer protection and other commercial matters. The ideal candidate will have a strong service orientation, excellent time management and organizational skills and superior attention to detail. We would be open to flexible work arrangements.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have:

  • at least two to five years of commercial experience at a top law firm;
  • membership in good standing of the Quebec bar;
  • membership in good standing in Ontario or in another Canadian common law province;
  • strong written and oral French and English;
  • strong technical, legal, analytical and drafting skills;
  • exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail;
  • a high degree of professionalism, strong interpersonal skills and a willingness to collaborate with colleagues and client personnel;
  • the ability to work independently and as a part of a team to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines while working in a fast paced environment;
  • the ability to deal easily with ambiguity and change, including changing priorities and timelines; and
  • the ability to work flexible hours when required to meet client demands.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to Kimberly Sheldrake-Head at ksheldrake@torys.com.

Click here to apply online to this opportunity.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

Avocat au sein du groupe de litige (Montréal)

DÉTAILS DU POSTE

Torys est à la recherche d’un avocat sociétaire junior exceptionnel qui se distingue par ses excellents résultats académiques, ses réalisations professionnelles et ses qualités personnelles, afin de pourvoir un poste au sein de notre groupe de litige au bureau de Montréal. Le candidat idéal aura acquis un minimum de 1 à 3 ans d’expérience dans le domaine du litige civil et commercial au sein d’un grand cabinet d’avocats, d’un cabinet boutique ou d’une organisation de grande renommée. La personne titulaire du poste devra être parfaitement bilingue, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit.

COMPÉTENCES, APTITUDES ET EXPÉRIENCE

Le candidat idéal fera preuve d’une attitude positive, d’un esprit d’équipe et d’autonomie au travail. Ce poste sera axé sur des dossiers d’actions collectives, de même que sur des dossiers de litige commercial d’envergure. Il est essentiel que la personne titulaire du poste possède de l’expérience dans la gestion de dossiers, la communication avec les clients, la rédaction d’avis juridiques, d’actes de procédures et de plans d’argumentation, ainsi que dans la représentation de clients devant les tribunaux. Une expérience dans le domaine des actions collectives sera considérée un atout. Tous les candidats doivent être membres en règle du Barreau du Québec et avoir été admis au Barreau du Québec entre 2015 et 2017. L’adhésion au Barreau de l’Ontario ou la possession d’un diplôme en common law avec la volonté d’adhérer au Barreau de l’Ontario sera considérée un atout majeur.

DEMANDES D’EMPLOI

Les candidats intéressés doivent soumettre une lettre de présentation, leur curriculum vitae et leur relevé de notes universitaires à Georgia Brown, Directrice du recrutement, à gbrown@torys.com.

Cliquez ici pour télécharger en PDF.

Chez Torys, nous sommes déterminés à favoriser la diversité dans le cadre du recrutement, de la rétention et de l’avancement de nos professionnels. Nous croyons que la diversité, que ce soit en ce qui a trait à la culture, au milieu, aux expériences ou aux perspectives, joue un rôle primordial dans l’amélioration de la qualité de notre travail et de nos vies. Nous nous engageons à promouvoir et à créer un environnement de travail inclusif et accessible à tous. Les candidats atteints d’une incapacité ou d’un handicap auront accès à tous les accommodements nécessaires. Si vous souhaitez bénéficier de mesures d’accommodement lors du processus de recrutement, veuillez communiquer avec Georgia Brown.

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Litigation Associate (Montréal)

POSITION OVERVIEW

Torys is looking to recruit an exceptional lawyer to join our Montréal office, who distinguishes themselves through strong academic credentials, professional achievements and personal qualities. The ideal candidate will have at least 1-3 years’ experience in civil and commercial litigation practice experience acquired at a major law firm, a boutique law firm or top tier organization. The candidate must be perfectly bilingual, both oral and written.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will bring with them a positive attitude, a team orientation, and an ability to work independently and with minimal supervision. This role will be focused on both class-action matters as well as other high-end commercial litigation files. In particular, experience managing files, interacting with clients, preparing legal opinions, pleadings and outlines, as well as appearing in court is essential. Prior class actions practice experience is considered an asset. All applicants must be members in good standing with the Barreau du Québec, and have been called to the Barreau du Québec between 2015 - 2017. Being licensed to practice in Ontario, or having a common law degree with a willingness to become licensed in Ontario, will be considered a strong asset.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should forward a resume, cover letter and academic transcripts to Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment & Student Development at gbrown@torys.com.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Georgia Brown.

Mid-Level Real Estate Associate (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently seeking a mid-level real estate associate to join our dynamic and fast paced practice in Toronto. The ideal candidate will have 4-5 years of experience working in a real estate group at a law firm. You will be required to manage competing priorities and to work under tight timelines. You must also be willing to learn and develop, and have a strong sense of initiative and personal accountability. You must have excellent judgment, attention to detail, organizational skills, and superior communication skills.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

An ideal candidate will have:

  • 4-5 years of experience at a major Canadian law firm with a focus on a variety of commercial real estate transactions;
  • experience with real property acquisitions and dispositions, development, commercial leasing and secured financing matters;
  • experience advising the real estate aspects of private and public M&A transactions, public debt financings, renewable energy projects and project financings;
  • strong analytical, communication and drafting skills;
  • a superior client service orientation and a strong work ethic; and
  • the ability to work well both independently and in a team-oriented environment.

APPLICATIONS

Interested applicants should forward a resume, cover letter and law transcript to Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment & Student Development at gbrown@torys.com

Click here to apply online to this opportunity.

At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment & Student Development.

Corporate Compliance Clerk (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently seeking a compliance clerk to join our dynamic and fast paced practice in Toronto. The ideal candidate will be a confident, proactive, detailed oriented team player who possesses excellent organizational skills. Working with other law clerks, lawyers and articling students, it is expected that the candidate will be able to manage a high volume of work. Below are the primary activities:

  • Preparing forms for extra-provincial registrations, business name registrations, limited partnership declarations and annual returns in Canadian jurisdictions (under the instruction of the supervising law clerk);
  • Managing extra-provincial annual returns and business name renewals (under the instruction of the supervising law clerk);
  • Administering the CorpLink database including data entry and maintenance of company information as it relates to compliance and/or extra-provincial/business name/limited partnership matters;
  • Liaising with extra-provincial agents on necessary updates;
  • Updating minute books with extra-provincial/business name/limited partnership documentation;
  • Maintenance of tickler system with regards to extra-provincial registrations, business name registrations, limited partnership declarations and annual returns;
  • Contact with clients regarding extra-provincial registrations, business name registrations, limited partnership declarations and annual returns (under the instruction of the supervising law clerk);
  • Preparing annual resolutions for Ontario and federal companies (under the instruction of the supervising law clerk); and
  • Corporate searches including PPSA, Bankruptcy Act, business name searches, corporate histories, etc.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will:

  • have at least 3 to 5 years’ experience in a compliance clerk or junior corporate law clerk role, or similar experience
  • have successfully completed (on in progress) the ILCO Corporate Law Clerk course or have their law clerk certificate/diploma (or equivalent), offered by a recognized Ontario education institution
  • have a background in corporate law working with corporate minute books
  • have experience with CorpLink, or another corporate database, is an asset
  • have experience with OnCorp and Industry Canada filings, is an asset
  • have superior attention to detail, excellent judgment and decision making skills
  • have strong written and oral communication skills and strong interpersonal skills
  • be flexible and have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to work independently
  • be a proactive, highly motivated, self-starter with good organization skills
  • have excellent time management skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities in a busy practice

APPLICATIONS

Interested applicants should forward a resume and cover letter to Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources at ksheldrake@torys.com.

Click here to apply online for this opportunity.

At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kim Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

eDiscovery/Litigation Support Analyst (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The eDiscovery/Litigation Support Analyst is a subject matter expert on all technical aspects of litigation projects and cases, which includes responding to day-to-day requests from legal professional and law clerks.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Act as a key point of contact regarding matter workflow, document review, processes, electronic discovery and software needs.
  • Maintain knowledge and familiarity with litigation-related applications /support platforms and databases.
  • Work closely with the Manager, Litigation Service Delivery to review and explore best practices and make recommendations on new and existing policies, procedures and technical changes.
  • Provide hands-on support, guidance, and training to stakeholders (i.e., searching techniques, document review strategies, workflow efficiencies, etc.) in the course of performing their roles; investigate and resolve issues as needed.
  • Research, identify and make recommendations for enhancements and implementation of technical solutions (i.e., discovery/trial presentation, electronic workflows, etc.).
  • Under the direction of the Manager, Litigation Service Delivery, communicate business requirements of Relativity and other litigation support tools, and participate in vendor meetings.
  • Participate in projects, which includes tracking, monitoring and communicating on project-related issues (i.e., scope changes, variances and contingencies, etc.). Participate in firm wide projects as needed.
  • Provide guidance related to eDiscovery Reference Model (EDRM), project scope and workflow, litigation support software selection, and defensible methodologies.
  • Work with stakeholders to identify, assess, develop and design quality control protocols to ensure data integrity. Make recommendations for enhancements as required.

ATTRIBUTES & EXPERIENCE

  • 3-5 years’ experience with documentary discovery projects (i.e., identification, collection, processing, review and production, etc.).
  • Undergraduate education or equivalent experience to successfully complete the essential requirements of the role.
  • Strong knowledge of Relativity, including processing & ingestion, analytics, productions and workspace maintenance; knowledge of TAR/CAL and/or Relativity certification (RCA) an asset.
  • Experience with other commonly used litigation-related applications (i.e., Nuix, Summation, Ringtail, etc.).
  • Strong knowledge of the litigation process throughout the lifecycle of a matter and an understanding of how technology can be used to support litigation efforts.
  • Flexible and self-motivated working style with strong personal ownership for quality of work.
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral); ability to interact effectively with individuals at all levels within the organization with tact and diplomacy.
  • Strong relationship, collaboration and consultation skills – able to work with a diverse group of stakeholders and navigate effectively within the organization.
  • Ability to think strategically and innovatively, and deliver in pragmatic ways.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please address your resume and cover letter, stating your salary expectations to Firm Admin Recruiting (firmadminrecruiting@torys.com).

We thank all applicants for their interest in Torys LLP; however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jenny Tavares, Senior Manager, Human Resources.

Translator (Montreal)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently seeking a Translator to join our Montreal office. The Translator is responsible for translating various forms (hard and electronic copy) of written content from English to French and French to English. Content will be directed to both internal and external audiences. 

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Consult with stakeholders to understand their translation requirements.
  • Translate written material such as correspondence, legal documents, website content, newsletters, bios, pitches, conference material, brochures, manuals, policies, etc. while maintaining context, content, tone and style of the original material.
  • Research legal and technical phraseology to find the correct translation.
  • Assist in the understanding of the nuances of translated documents by investigating and understanding unfamiliar definitions and terms.
  • Proofread and edit translated documents and ensure final version is grammatically correct.
  • Ensure all translated correspondence complies with the Firm’s brand, guidelines and standards.
  • Ensure all French copywriting and proofreading conforms to client guidelines and to language laws in the province of Quebec.
  • Maintain and update the firm’s internal and external French website.
  • Prioritize work to be completed internally and determine work to be outsourced to third party vendors. Liaise with vendors to translate business requirements of the task or project. Oversee the work completed to ensure satisfaction and ensure the final product meets stakeholder needs. Work closely with vendors to ensure they adhere to the terms and service level agreements.
  • Participate in projects and initiatives as required.

ATTRIBUTES & EXPERIENCE

  • Degree in translation or a specialization in translation in English and French.
  • Certified translator or terminologist in the field of legal translation is required.
  • Minimum 3-5 years’ experience as a full time translator working in English and French.
  • Expert research skills for finding the correct terminology for translations.
  • Proficient in MS Office which includes a strong working knowledge of Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word. Excellent communication skills in French and English (verbal and written) are foundational requirements of the role.
  • Excellent communication skills in French and English (verbal and written) are foundational requirements of the role.
  • Ability to work effectively in both English and French (with tact and diplomacy) with a broad range of audiences, including partners, senior management and clients.
  • Exceptional client service orientation combined with the ability to manage multiple client needs at the same time.
  • Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work well both independently and collaboratively within a team environment.
  • Sound judgment including the ability to deal with confidential information with utmost discretion.
  • Results-oriented, self-directed individual with the ability to prioritize in a fast paced, deadline-driven environment.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please address your resume and cover letter, stating your salary expectations to Jenny Tavares: jtavares@torys.com

We thank all applicants for their interest in Torys LLP, however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

At Torys we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jenny Tavares, Senior Manager, Human Resources.

Junior Energy Associate Lawyer (Calgary)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The ideal candidate will have a least 1-3 years’ experience at a major Canadian law firm with a focus in the oil and gas industry. You will be working with a strong and interactive team that focuses on advising various oil, gas and power companies on a variety of commercial projects and transactions. The ideal candidate will bring with them a positive attitude, a team orientation, an exceptional service ethos and a demonstrated work ethic. Excellent credentials are essential. All qualified applicants will be members in good standing with the Law Society of Alberta.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Some experience drafting, reviewing and analyzing contracts, including but not limited to oil and gas leases, service agreements, joint operating agreements, participating agreements and other agreements necessary to conduct operations
  • Some experience advising and participating in the review of significant oil and gas legal matters including title disputes, contract disputes, leases, unitization, operating agreements, acquisition and divestiture due diligence, easements and condemnations
  • Some experience working on a variety of energy and infrastructure matters pertaining to: development, including joint ventures, construction, operation and maintenance, logistics and transportation, processing and making arrangements as they relate to LNG, oil sands, shale gas and power projects
  • Some experience working on the acquisition and divestiture of upstream, midstream and downstream assets, pipelines, transportation matters and energy products, as well as the marketing of energy and energy-related products
  • Some experience drafting core E&P agreements, master service agreements, and other procurement agreements
  • Excellent teambuilding and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Strong organizational skills to perform and prioritize multiple tasks with excellent attention to detail

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should forward their cover letter, resume, undergraduate and law school transcripts in confidence to Jocelyn Harris.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jocelyn Harris, Professional Resources and Administration.

Mid-Level Energy Associate Lawyer (Calgary)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The ideal candidate will have a least 3-5 years’ experience at a major Canadian law firm with a focus in the oil and gas industry. You will be working with a strong and interactive team that focuses on advising various oil, gas and power companies on a variety of commercial projects and transactions. The ideal candidate will bring with them a positive attitude, a team orientation, an exceptional service ethos and a demonstrated work ethic. Excellent credentials are essential. All qualified applicants will be members in good standing with the Law Society of Alberta.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Drafting, reviewing and analyzing contracts, including but not limited to oil and gas leases, service agreements, joint operating agreements, participating agreements and other agreements necessary to conduct operations
  • Advising and participating in the review of significant oil and gas legal matters including title disputes, contract disputes, leases, unitization, operating agreements, acquisition and divestiture due diligence, easements and condemnations
  • Experience working on a variety of energy and infrastructure matters pertaining to: development, including joint ventures, construction, operation and maintenance, logistics and transportation, processing and making arrangements as they relate to LNG, oil sands, shale gas and power projects
  • Experience working on the acquisition and divestiture of upstream, midstream and downstream assets, pipelines, transportation matters and energy products, as well as the marketing of energy and energy-related products
  • Drafting core E&P agreements, master service agreements, and other procurement agreements
  • Excellent teambuilding and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Strong organizational skills to perform and prioritize multiple tasks with excellent attention to detail

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should forward their cover letter, resume, undergraduate and law school transcripts in confidence to Jocelyn Harris.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jocelyn Harris, Professional Resources and Administration.

Senior Securities Associate (Calgary)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently looking for a senior associate to join our corporate group. The ideal candidate will have 6-8 years' experience at a major Canadian law firm with a focus on securities law. In particular, experience acting for both public and private issuers in a wide variety of financing, business combination and M&A transactions, including both private and publicly traded issuers are preferred. The ideal candidate will bring with them a positive attitude, a team orientation, an exceptional service ethos and a demonstrated work ethic. Excellent credentials are essential. All qualified applicants will be members in good standing with the Law Society of Alberta.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 6 to 8 years of corporate/commercial & securities law experience;
  • experience working with corporations, investment banks, financial institutions in negotiated and contested mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests, independent committee engagements and defence preparations;
  • experience acting for issuers, underwriters and selling shareholders in domestic and cross-border public offerings and private placement of debt, equity and structured finance products;
  • experience dealing with corporate governance matters, disclosure issues, equity and debt trading strategies, as well as regulatory compliance matters;
  • excellent communication, interpersonal and drafting skills;
  • a superior client service orientation and a strong work ethic;
  • excellent communication, interpersonal and drafting skills;
  • a superior client service orientation and a strong work ethic;
  • the ability to juggle and take primary responsibility for multiple files; and
  • the ability to work well both independently and in a team-oriented environment.

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should forward their cover letter and resume in confidence to Jocelyn Harris.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require immediate accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Jocelyn Harris, Senior Manager, Professional Resources and Administration.

Trademark Agent (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently seeking a licensed Canadian trademark agent to join our dynamic and fast paced practice in Toronto. The ideal candidate will have significant experience working in-house or in an intellectual property group at a law firm. You will frequently be required to manage competing priorities and to work under tight timelines. You must also be willing to learn and develop, and have a strong sense of initiative and personal accountability. You must have excellent judgment, attention to detail, organizational skills, and superior communication skills.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Significant experience as a trademark agent, including exposure to some or all of the following:
    • preparing business practical opinions on the registrability and use of trademarks in accordance with criteria imposed by the law, procedure and practice
    • preparing, filing and prosecuting applications for registration of trademarks
    • advising trademark owners on the maintenance and protection of their trademarks, including foreign trademark portfolio management
    • assisting with trademark oppositions, including preparing pleadings and evidence
    • setting up guidelines for properly promoting, advertising and using trademarks
    • assisting with trademark portfolio management
    • advising clients on commercial issues and transactions involving trademarks including conducting intellectual property asset audits and preparing due diligence investigations
  • Understands the “bigger picture” and analyzes problems thoroughly
  • Must have thorough knowledge of the Trademarks Act (including upcoming amendments), as well as related rules, jurisprudence and Trademarks Office and Opposition Board practice
  • Must have strong written, oral and communication skills, and work well in teams, including mentoring skills
  • Must be a registered Canadian Trademark Agent

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should submit a résumé and transcripts to Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

To apply online, click here.

 Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.


At Torys we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kimberly Sheldrake-Head, Senior Manager, Professional Resources.

Mid-Level to Senior Corporate Associate, (Toronto)

POSITION OVERVIEW

The ideal candidate will have 4-6 years’ corporate experience at a major Canadian law firm and will bring with them a positive attitude, a team orientation, an exceptional service ethos and a demonstrated work ethic. Excellent credentials are essential. All qualified applicants will be members in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada. 

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • At least 4-6 years’ corporate practice experience, including exposure to some or all of the following:
    • experience working with general corporate/commercial transactions
    • experience working on a variety of transactions including capital and private equity deals, public and private securities offerings, public and private M&A matters
    • experience working with a diverse client base that includes domestic and international corporations as well as emerging companies, financial institutions, government entities, public companies, etc. 
  • Superior interpersonal, client service skills and a strong work ethic
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage deadlines
  • Strong drafting skills
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team and works well under pressure 
  • Excellent judgment and the ability to embrace new changes 

APPLICATIONS

Interested candidates should forward their resume in confidence to Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment and Student Development.

Click here to apply online to this opportunity.

 Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.


At Torys, we are committed to diversity in the recruitment, retention and advancement of our people. We believe that diversity of backgrounds, experiences and perspectives enhances the quality of our work and enriches our lives. We are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment. Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Georgia Brown, Head of Legal Recruitment & Student Development.

Private Equity/M&A Associate (New York)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are seeking a mid-level private equity/M&A associate to join our dynamic and busy corporate group in New York. For more information on our Private Equity practice, please visit https://www.torys.com/expertise/services/private-equity.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

An ideal candidate will have:

  • significant private equity/M&A deal experience, including: advising private equity/institutional clients and their portfolio companies on buyout transactions, co-investment, joint venture and co-sponsor transactions and add-on acquisitions;
  • the ability to run transactions with limited supervision;
  • excellent interpersonal skills and a willingness to collaborate;
  • a superior client service orientation and a strong work ethic;
  • approximately 4 years of relevant NY‐law transactional experience in a law firm setting;
  • the ability to work well both independently and in a team-oriented environment; and
  • good judgment.
You must be a member in good standing of the New York bar. 

APPLICATIONS

If this opportunity excites you, please submit your cover letter, résumé and transcripts online here. Applications should be addressed to Kathleen Mon, Senior Manager, New York Administration and Professional Resources.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kathleen Mon, Senior Manager, New York Admin and Professional Resources.

Banking and Debt Finance Associate (New York)

POSITION OVERVIEW

We are currently seeking a Banking and Debt Finance associate with approximately 4 to 5 years of relevant experience to join our dynamic U.S. corporate group in New York.

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

An ideal candidate will:

  • have meaningful experience representing:
    • lenders or borrowers in connection with credit facilities and other financings; and/or
    • private equity sponsors and other institutional investors in connection with acquisition financings and other leveraged finance transactions;
    • have broad experience reviewing and negotiating agreements relating to secured and unsecured debt financing transactions;
    • have excellent interpersonal and drafting skills and a willingness to collaborate;
    • have a superior client service orientation and a strong work ethic;
    • have the ability to juggle and take primary responsibility for multiple files;
    • have the ability to work well both independently and in a team-oriented environment; and
    • have good judgment.

Experience with any of the following is helpful but not required: asset based loans; project or infrastructure finance; P3 financing; cross-border or international transactions; high yield bonds; intercreditor arrangements.

The candidate must be a member in good standing of the New York bar. 

APPLICATIONS

If this opportunity excites you, please submit your cover letter, résumé and transcripts online here. Applications should be addressed to Kathleen Mon, Senior Manager, New York Administration and Professional Resources.

Click here to download a PDF of this opportunity.

We foster an inclusive and accessible environment and are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please contact Kathleen Mon, Senior Manager, New York Admin and Professional Resources.

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